The Senior School of NLCS Jeju is a thriving community for students from Year 7 to Year 13. It is divided into Middle School (Years 7 – 9), Upper School (Years 10 and 11) and the Sixth Form (Years 12 and 13).
In the Middle and Upper Schools, boys and girls are educated separately in single sex classrooms, whereas in the Sixth Form, students are educated together. This reflects our belief that the different genders benefit from a tailored approach to teaching and learning at this stage in their schooling.
In the Middle School, students study a curriculum of our own design, based loosely on that offered by NLCS UK and tailored specifically to our own cultural setting. In the Upper School, students study iGCSE and at Sixth Form, students study for the IB diploma.
All students belong to a Tutor group, linked to the House system but consisting only of students in that Year group and of that gender. They have daily contact with their Tutor, who is also a member of the teaching staff. The Tutors report to their respective Housemaster or mistress, who have overarching responsibility for the care of the students in their House, be they day students or boarders.
The Co-curricular programme is an intrinsic part of life in the Senior School and all students are expected to partake in a full and intense commitment to a breadth of different activities. In line with the IB learner profile we want to develop all parts of a student's thinking. We want them to take educated risks and always push themselves to try something new, to develop their skills further
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